Antipope (1168-1178). He was Abbot of Struma, and in
opposition to Pope Alexander III was elected at Viterbo to
succeed antipope Guido of Crema.
Threatened by the people of the town he fled to Albano,
where he was attacked by the troops of Archbishop Christian
de Buch. From Albano he fled to Tusculum where he prostrated
himself before Pope Alexander, who forgave him, 1178, and
later appointed him governor of Benevento.
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